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> Export configuration modifaction request, html_dano_albumlist_js_f w/o JavaScript
minaton
post Feb 2 2005, 20:28
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Good job! Thank you very much for such a cool program! cool.gif
But I have a favour to ask of you for one thing.
I use Mp3tag for making html-lists of my music. When you have several folders with mp3s its very comfortable to make it with ”html_dano_albumlist_js_f” export file. Please edit this template to see all folders without help of Java script. I mean – all albums and songs in static html when its no need to click a mouse.

Sorry for my English smile.gif
With love from Russia,
Konstantin
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nickless
post Feb 2 2005, 23:14
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Hello

Search for
CODE
style="display:none;"

and replace it by nothing, all folders will be opened by default.

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nickless


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minaton
post Feb 3 2005, 20:18
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Thanks! It works!
With your help I made my own export configuration based on html_dano_albumlist_js_f. It can be used for making an mp3 list on CD with several albums. I made it for myself and its Russian language.

Can I send it to Florian to include it into the Export Configuration Archive? smile.gif
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